Laura Groves

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Really into some of her music. As a musical (and indeed general) ignoramus I'm not sure where this fits into the current landscape. I stumbled across her through an ILX Spotify playlist. I'd be happy to learn of similar music. It's kind of an 80s throwback, isn't it? Kate Bush is the influence that even the ignoramus can detect.

New single is quite nice: Gamma Ray Blue

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Last year's excellent Committed Language:

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sadmanbarty

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The neophile in me tends to dismiss this kind of thing, but this is actually really good. Feels like a more subdued (less cocaine induced) Tango In The Night.
 

Corpsey

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Obvious production similarities to Jessie Ware:

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And this song (which is kind of twee, but I love)

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boo

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yeh same bullion she does nautic with. i think that tic from fka twigs/young turks is involved too
 
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